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Sewell Mill Art Gallery

How to Exhibit Your Work

Gallery exhibits are scheduled several months in advance. If you are a professional artist and/or member of an artist group or guild that would like to display your work, email our Coordinator to be added to the list of interested artists. At minimum submission must include selected portfolio images, CV with exhibition list, and contact information to be considered for future exhibit opportunities. We also have intermittent calls for artists with specifications for exhibition detailed in the application materials.  

Current Exhibition: July 28-September 10 "Creative Connections" featuring The Indie Arts Alliance

Creative Connections- A Group Show By Indie Arts Alliance

July 28-September 10

Opening Reception July 28th 6pm-9pm

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Semi-Circle with words "Creative Connection A group show by Indie Arts Alliance" in the center

Upcoming Exhibitions:

The Portrait Society of Atlanta  

2022 Fall Members Only

Juried Exhibition

September 15-October 29

Opening Reception September 17th 5pm-7pm 

Juror: Thomas Caleb Goggans

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Two young bows facing straight forward, holding arrows with a deer skull hanging above them.
First Place Spring 2022, The Bow Hunters by Kathy Morris

 

Previous Exhibitions:

June 9-July 23: This New Life Featuring Artist Shaleen Garba

THIS NEW LIFE

Exhibition featuring Artist Shaleen Garba

June 9-July 23

About the Artist: Shaleen Garba is a contemporary artist based in Atlanta, GA, who communicates her art through the language of color, organic shapes, and expressive mark-making.  In addition to traditional brushes, she uses pallet knives, spray bottles, or fingers to help scratch the painted surface.  She continues to explore her relationship with paint and the various tools she uses. It's a never-ending journey of humility, confidence, and gladness. 

Garba wanted to be an artist from a young age, as evident in her third-grade autobiography homework back in 1994.  She attended the Academy of Art University, concentrating in fine arts. And through much trial, error, and perseverance, her style emerged as colorful and joyous, intuitively playing with shapes that renders a smile. Influenced by Pablo Picasso's Rose period, Garba uses cheerful orange and pink hues to show play and lightheartedness. For Garba, making art is an essential, emotional declaration when words won't do.

Her work has been displayed at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA, New York City's Times Square billboards, the Yonkers Arts Weekend, and many juried exhibitions. Garba's pieces can be found in private collections nationally and internationally. For more information visit Shaleen Garba's Website Here

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Canvas with abstract colors

April 28-May 28 2022: Cabin Fever presented by the East Cobb Quilter's Guild

East Cobb Quilters' Guild Presents: 

CABIN FEVER 

Exhibition of 2022 Challenge Quilts

April 28-May 28

 

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Log Cabin Abstract Colorful Quilt

March 24-April 21 2022: BINGE WATCH-A Father Son Collaborative Exhibition

BINGE WATCH 

A Father Son Collaborative Exhibition  

Featured Artists Rick Raschke and Ricky Raschke 

March 24-April 21

Artists Talk: March 24 6pm-8pm 

 

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Pink and Green Background with various color z's in circular pattern

February 24-March 19 2022 : MLK Photography Exhibit

The Martin Luther King Jr. Photography Exhibit will take place February 24th-March 19th. 

 

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Black and White image of Martin Luther King Jr staring out a window

January 12-Februray 19 2022: Abstraction

Come enjoy an Exhibition filled with some amazing abstract art from local artist. Exhibit will run January 12th-February 19th.  

Artists featured in this exhibition include: Chase King, Marguerite Frederick, Bonnie Garson, Tatiana Bell, Abigail Smith, Lance A. Lewin, KC Nugent, Katie Adkins, Saif Khan, Anne E. Lewin, Karin Guzy, Kate Vorlicek, Anna Traykova, Gabrielle Gennett, Frankie Berryman, Devin Hunter, Donna Outwater, Tchokov, Amberly Hui Hood,  Andrew Fishback, Beth Leak, Claire Adams

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Abstraction: An Open-Call Exhibition January 12th-February 19th